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, reintroducing herself to america and settling some old scores. will our sunday panel care to comment? you betcha. and our power player of the week, working non-stop to keep us safe from h1n1. all right now on "fox news sunday." and hello again from fox news in washington. the decision by attorney general holder on friday to try khalid sheikh mohammed and four of his alleged 9/11 conspirators in a new york city civilian court had criticism and strong praise. we'll start with mayor rudy giuliani. welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> nice to be back, chris. >> i want to start with comments that attorney general holder made on friday when he announced his decision. here they are. >> after eight years of delay, those allegedly responsible for the attacks of september the 11th will finally face justice. they will be brought to new york, to new york, to answer for their alleged crimes in a courthouse just blocks away from where the twin towers once stood. >> mayor, as a matter of simple justice, isn't it right to bring these men back to the scene of the crime? >> why? we generally don't do that. the r
of america's most toxic cities it is based on the dirtiness of the air and water. atlanta was first on the list. >> the baltimore county executive smith wants carbon monoxide detectors in rental properties by next year. new buildings should have the detecters. a final voting occur next month. >> doing it now to protect folks. we think it is sound legislation and i'm grateful to everyone who pulled together to get us to this point. >> this move come after 3 died from co poisoning at an apartment complex in essex. how are the roads. candice has our report. >> we are checking our speed for you they are far down. mostly on the west side of the beltway to be expected. 38 miles per hour throughicatonville. 45 on liberty road. we do have major trouble to talk about and it it involved a jfx. an accident a 6 car pile up on northbound lanes of 83 at cold spring lane. check out this shot. this is the 695 exit once you get up to there. it is going tojam packed. you will want to stick with charles street for an alternate root much the beltway it is in the red and it continues. it gets lighte
at the united states of america. i'm an american. i love this country. i want everybody in it to do well. the conservative message is not, okay, hispanics, we have this plan for you. women, we have this plan for you. that's what the republican party is trying to do, emulate group politics, and the history is that why be democrat? let them handle that. let's go after the big tent that is the country and let's get every person in this country, i don't care what their race is, gender is, sexual orientation, if they have someone who is going to strengthen them, give them the tools, get out of their way and let them make this country work, republican party can attract a majority like they haven't seen since the '80s. >> in the "time" magazine article about glen beck recently, just as you found your place as the triumphant champion of the age of reagan, beck is tapping into the fear and anger on the right today. do you think that's why he struck such a chord, because he taps into the fear and the anger of the conservatives today? >> there is a lot of fear. there's a tremendous amount of fear i
military at marshall airport. ♪ singing star spangled banner present pr]. >> miss america 2009 performed the national anthem at the airport today. sense the uso lounge opened at the airport in 1999 the volunteers have helped almost 600,000 service members and their families. >>> from comedy to sci-fi to old classic. wide variety of movies hitting stores this week. kandace has deals in the low down. kandace? >> thank you jeff. sasha bayern cohn is used to creating quite a stir at theaters and the numbers prove it as borrow at would say the movie bruno was a great success. pick up the comedy on dvd tomorrow. >> what is up? >>reporter: he is back. this team as an us a screen fashion reporter looking for the life of family and fortune in america. through the journey he find himself in coweta few interesting situations. dvd includes never before seen foot among and commentary by the director and sasha barren cohen explaining exactly how they pulled off all of those pranks. . get ready trekie. jj star trek is coming to dvd and blue ray tomorrow. >> if luck. the sign fiction film r
'malley announce agreement between port administration and private firm port america chesapeake. company wants to invest hundreds of millions of dollars to upgrade the marine terminal and operate the port. >> because it is going to allow us to retain the jobs we have with the port but actually to create a lot of new jobs in the construction of the larger wider bert necessary in order for baltimore to accommodate the largelyer ships now able to go through the panama canal. >> renovations will take about 5 years. >>> controversy surrounding president obama former pastor is moving into andarundle county tonight. >> barack knows what it means to be a black man living in a country and culture that is controlled by rich, white people. >>reporter: there is already political fall out surrounding the reverend jeremiah wright scheduled appearance at banquet hall in glen byrne. naacp says there will be additional security for the event while some politicians will be there. others plan to steer clear of the event. >>> reverend wright to me represents everything that is wrong with the racial discussions
of america was among the worst performers on loan modifications, up 14%. >>> time now for trader talk and it's george kachupe from the r and b group joining us. so the dow did it on monday and now the [indiscernible] 500 reaching new highs for 2009. >> morning, beejal. hi. we got a follow through signal this last monday of this week. the first time since last monday, the first attempted rally, reversal date, that was november 2. a lot of volume came in and they had a reversal. they had a correction going on for about three weeks and looked like it might be a much stronger correction than it turns out to be. this week we had volume come in, still kind of light but the s&p is again encroaching on 1100 and the traders are looking to see if we can hold it. the dow over 1000 you got to like this market. >> we're watching a continued drop in the u.s. dollar on the verge of making new lows for this year. is that concerning at all? >> it is concerning, in terms for the u.s. economy, but it's believed by all the traders at least, that despite what the government, the treasury or the fed says, that th
to the home, with verizon wireless on americas's largest and most reliable 3g network. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v to get all four services, for just... plus an additional $150 back. only from verizon. senators mikulski and cardin have been leaders, fighting to make health care more affordable and to make sure seniors have access to the medicines their doctor prescribes. now maryland senators can improve medicare and help close the donut hole without raising premiums on seniors by as much as 20%, which some proposals would do. call today -- ask senators mikulski and cardin to support the senate health care reform bill. because we can improve medicare without making seniors pay more. >>>. >> attorneys for convicted sniper mohammad plan to appeal to the u.s. supreme court to stop his execution. he is set to die by lethal injection november 10. he was one of 10 people killed during the dc sniper shootings seven years ago. >>>. >> election day in some states n.virginia and new jersey voters electing governors and in new york there is a heated ra
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. what it was i don't know. he never talk anything bad about the war, or the walter reed or america, any of that. he was, you know, american guy. >> in silver spring, kathleen cairns, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> one neighbor at fort hood texas said hasan offered her frozen food, t-shirts, and a new quran saying he was about to be deployed overseas. >> another tragic story out of orlando where one is dead, five hurt after a shooting at a office building. suspected gunman is 40-year-old jason rodriguez. he once worked in the building where the shooting took place. people inside described the experiences. as they waited to be taken to safety. >> 5 or 6 of us. huddled in the office. hanging out waiting for the thing to come to an end. >> one of the things you see on movies. but never happens to you. >> sources say rodriguez was fired from an engineering firm based in the building two years ago. because of performance issues. >> a waldorf man knows his fate this evening after the attempted murder case of a pregnant crofton woman. keith daniels joins us with the verdict. >> prosecutors called it
on our website writing. america is headed in the wrong direction as far as our freedom is concerned. well, you can go to and tells us what you think. and sound off through facebook. send us a tweet @foxbaltimore. text your answer to 45203. enter fox 45 a for yes. fox 45 b for no. more responses tonight on the "late edition" at 11:00. >> the acorn scandal forced congress to cutoff funding and now they are fighting congress. (inaudible). >> it all started right here in baltimore. people posing as a pimp and prostitute walk into a acorn office and you heard them how to commit tax fraud. after several other videos showing similar videos in other cities, congress passed legislation cutting the organization out of millions of dollars of public money. now lawyers for acorn are suing. they say the law is unconstitutional, because it only targets acorn. critics of acorn say the lawsuit is baseless. >> is a non-profit organization with ties to iran violating the tax exempt status? washington times is working on a story on about the national iranian american council that claims to r
the president will discuss with america's biggest creditor... first look lawmakers in the house financial services committee continue to drilwn on the financial overhaul package on tuesday... could see some movement on that this week.... also the senate banking committee wi talk re about protecting consumers from overdraft fees.. and cracking down on abusive practices.. us postal service loses almost 4 billion dollars in 2009 - despite cutting 40-thousand jobs. a even though jobs are hard to come by these days... railers are still hiring for the holidays - we get the story from angie miles.. good morning everybody... hodaysight now. and whether you are looking for part timwork for extra christmas cash-- or, you've been out of work for a while and want to take advantage of stores adding on seasonal staff, we have tiderhe insview of what you can expect. broll john challenger sot john challenger/challenger, gray & christmas, inc. broll help wanted sign sot henry mata/target broll target workers, shoppers, people applying for jobs. with 15 million people out of work, unemployment remains "h
banking. with bank of america. for our better than black friday sales! this week, men's be jeans are only $6.99. cozy fleece throws, just $3.99. and a panasonic 42" class plasma tv, only $549.99. there's smart, and there's kmart smart. >> joe: 87 career postseason games, mariano rivera. 39 of 44. this is not a save chance. only 20 postseason walks and he misses to jayson werth. ball one. one out, nobody on. what a job by damaso marte in this world series, retiring all eight batters that he faced. there's a strike. >> tim: this is not a save the game chance but could be a save the season chance. >> joe: yankees try to end this world series tonight. phillies trying to force a game seven tomorrow night. 1-1 pitch to jayson werth. ball two. there's strike two. two outs. in this world series, mariano rivera has done his usual work. game two, 39 pitches and two-inning save. game three, five pitches, no save, but he ended the ball game and got the save in game four throwing eight pitches. he is now working in game five off yesterday. strike one to ibanez. why wouldn't it be missing here in the e
of terrorism in america would not just be the attacks as 9/11 organized abroad and sending people in here, it would be people within this country, homegrown terrorists, self-radicalized, often over the internet, going to jihadist websites, and there's concern from what we know now about hasan that, in fact, that's exactly what he was, a self-radicalized home grown terrorist. >> a couple of questions i want to get in. >> please. >> as chairman of the homeland security committee, do you intend with all these questions out there, do you intend to hold hearings? >> i intend working with my republican ranking members susan collins to begin an investigation. i think the first steps should be taken in this regard should be taken by the u.s. army, because this was an attack on american troops. you've got to see it as if 12 american troops were killed in afghanistan. >> but you're intending to hold your own congressional -- >> i'm intending to begin a congressional investigation of my homeland security committee into what were the motives, what were the motives of hasan in carrying out this brutal
. america is watching. >> the debate stretched on for months. the republicans had plenty of advanced notice. this isn't a government takeover of health care. >> it is a takeover. >> president obama said he is confident will senate will follow in the footsteps of the house and the house bill is dead on arrival in the senate. >>> there is conflicting opinion among marylanders over what will happen next. mel and? >>reporter: the senate has been struggling with its own various versions of health care reform. separate bills have been floating around the senate and include some significant differences from that house bill that passed last night. the only thing that is clear is that reform is still far from being a done deal. >> this was not about the party, but people. >>reporter: house democrats celebrated saturday night, but sunday the focus shifted to the senate and whether lawmakers there will support some version of health care reform. >> in the senate you'll see a bill that is not costly as the house bill. it will be a smaller bill. >>reporter: the senator spts reform and a public option,
in america today. it's not only a $12 trillion national debt, we're in the worst economic depression since the 1930s. >> president obama's address is set for 8:00 tuesday night. >>> get out of my face. >> nobody cares. >> get out of my face. >> what are you doing? >> anti-war activist gets in to a physical altercation at an anti-war protest in california. she was there spreading her message to president obama to not send more of our troops to afghanistan. she attracted international attention for a protest outside of president bush's texas ranch in 2005. her son was killed during his service in the i rack war. >>> he cancels a meeting with police for the third time. the florida highway patrol has been trying to question the golf great about the accident he got in to friday morning. >> i can't tell right now. >> on the 911 tapes released today, you can hear several neighbors had called to report the crash. police say woods hit a fire hydrant and a tree. they say she used a golf club to smash out the window of his suv and pulled him out of the vehicle. >> we have help on the way. >> it's
. >> ♪ >> ms. america, 2009, katy stam perform the national anthem at bwi thurgood marshall airport today. since the uso lounge opened at the airport in 1999, the volunteers have helped nearly 600,000 service members and their families. >> the sight of santa causes sleeks and screams in one new zealand town. find out what is making him look jolly again after the break. >> ravens want to start the second half of the season with a >> new breast cancer guidelines are advising against routine mammograms for women in the their 40s. while they can help to save lives. the scan can also be unreliable. especially in younger women. they suggest mammograms for women overage 49. and for the test to be given every two years instead of annually. critics of the changes say the change could undermine advances in detecting breast cancer early. >> a santa in knew new zealand scaring away cheer. >> get this. >> outrageous. >> oh, my gosh on. >> mommy santa. >> the 65-foot santa has been a fixture at this book shop every christmas for almost 50 years. this is what he used to look like. he was given a bit of
council of america. still ahead why one author says conventional thinking is what got us into this financial mess...we'll talk to him next. logic and emotions: two of the most powerful forces guiding our decisions about our family, finances and future. no matter how well-reasoned our ideas and strategies are about how to avoid getting fired, getting a raise or investing for retirement, those choices may have more to do with intuition than intelligence. we spoke with charles jacob, author of management rewired. he contends management in this economy is broken. trump was led to the program nice to see you. is measured in the permit and are in progress? yes. why? primarily a problem because people are so afraid right now. has nothing to do it has a lot to do with the recession then. he got two questions how we get into the recession? with this going on right now and was going on right now is people are in this mold where part of the brain is the most analysts just pumping hormones into the system is making people frightened is slowing down what they think is making them
...that's coming up next. there are almost seven million fewer jobs in america today compared to two years ago. that's almost seven million pink slips, forced retirements and layoffs. while it can be traumatic to be on the receiving end, surviving a downsizing can also be distressing. we spoke with david noer, author of "healing the wounds." but you talk about survivor sickness with is that? it is a combination of a lot of talk this symptoms like anger fear and anxiety frustration some emotions that there really make people less productive. it was the source of those emotions he didn't name deal of skill to be able to survive the layoffs. survivors gifted is alive and well enough to guilt you do when your survival of a traumatic experiences i did mention that. how much to the extent of the bad economy or the job market in general and packs how one feels meaning that if this a good job market the you go to lay off and you survived a beautiful film is that? this a good job market you have options. a lot of people are stocking jobs today that they don't like and they're afraid to leave because
pre health care center joins us now with her insights on health care in america path to so much for joining us left to right into it from your perspective as a nurse destination health care system really need an overhaul? i guess i could put it best as a nurse at the health-care system is terribly six. it reminds me of patients who come to our free clinic who are uninsured and put off taking care of themselves for so long that they're sick of the most folks if they have a chronic illness. the health-care system is broken and needs this fixing. you brought up the uninsured in the cost that their medical care converse what impact does covering uninsured have on those with insurance? in the present situation what happens is that the folks who have no insurance like i said they put off care in i've been amazed by this as a nurse of overtime to put off taking care of themselves and eventually may end up in a hospital emergency department very sick i heard something the other day on the news that to having the person more chance of dying in emergency room if you're uninsured. and does
. arabbers blame the city for keeping the animals in tents and not permanent stables. >> any vet in america, will cross seas and come over here and check the horses and they are in good shape. all the horses. rats is running around, water puddles how do we control that. >> tonight the horses are cared for at a rescue farm in woodbine. >> tonight the howard county board of health voted to approve regulations banning anyone under 18 from using tanning beds. first jurisdiction in the country to pass such a prohibition. the rules will also regulate the sanitation and hygiene practices of tanning facilities. >> what kind of gloomy skies today but not chilly? >> how about the rest of the week. go back to vytas reid with the latest. vytas? >> good side to today. we saw the mild temperatures. clouds moved in. and now the rain is knocking on the door. just to the south of baltimore. right now sitting at 59 degrees. mildly cool out there. cloudy skies. and winds out of the north-northeast at $6. and our humidity levels are at 62 percent. and that humidity level goes up continuing as we see the moistu
the dollar drops the market rises in $1 goes up america takes a scene the dollar dropping of the last six weeks or so. " the talk about the stock market divergence we've seen the s&p 500 nasdaq the dow all hitting new highs for 2009 but the russell 2000 small cap index is nowhere near hitting new highs for 2009 just wanted to point that out and talk about what are you hearing on the floor as far as market the 2009 highs is testing power? that's that's really a big debate there isn't exactly a consensus on the floor most people think that is a low volume rally yet there's not any real reason to think we should sell-off would any severity. do you even buy stocks at this level stand? i wouldn't personally and i wouldn't discourage it either let's talk about the u.s. dollar is bad feeling gains in gold for the past several muzzle the six months with illegal has been making new highs but the u.s. stock index took a look at this is not making significant new lows is still the 75 for the u.s. dollar index which was below back in october. is this trade become too obvious do you think? gold is bei
things are better or worse than last year depends on who you ask. consumer federation of america said americans will spend slightly more this year compared to last year. expect it to translate into an increase in sales of up to 3 percent. but the national retail federation expects sales to drop, by about 1 percent. >> she told me that she had seen pictures on my facebook. and that she say that i am not sick. >> coming up on the "late edition". one woman's fighting back, after she claims facebook caused her insurance can company to deny her coverage. >> watch o >> one victim of the fort hood massacre is laid to rest at arlington national cemetery. >> lieutenant colonel juanita warman that lived in heavier degrace was a psychiatric nurse practitioner, 55-year-old mother of two, and grandmother of six. was about to be deployed to iraq. >> she was selfless, and dedicated. to all that she served. she loved, and was loved, she is a hero. and she will be deeply missed. >> warman specialized in treating post-traumatic stress disorder. and spent more than 20 years in the u.s. military. the acc
-cash assets. so middle class america can be subject to the estate tax very true. >> not just affected the rich. let's go over what the current estate tax is right now here. we're exempt up to the first three and a half million dollars, you don't have to pay taxes on that. after and above 3.5 million it's up to a 45% tax. and then after 2010, here's what it looks like. it goes back to the pre2001 levels where you are exempt up to the first one million and then above one million it's up to a 55% tax. and so this estate tax is actually set to go away in -- for about a year at the end of 200 the. how did that come about, at the end of '09. >> you mentioned a couple of points that we like to tell people. number 1 is the bush tax cuts in 2001 provided for stair stepping of the index. in 2010 we have a one-year window where there's no estate tax. >> for the entire year. >> for the entire year. but because it was a 10 year plan, in 2011, we revert back to the estate tax that existed before 2001. and surprise, surprise, it's a very low exemption. it's a million dollar exemption, as you pointed out a 55
and not building a permanent stable. >> any bed in america will cross these and come over and check our horses they are in good shape. all the horses. it's the environment. rat running around. water puddle. how are we going to control that? >>reporter: tonight the horses are at the day end horse rescue farm. a.rappers may face several code violation. city officials will meet with them later this week to decide the fate of that stable. this is fox 45 news at 5:30. >>> baltimore police dog shot by an officer over the weekend is expected to make a full recovery. blade was shot sunday night while he was pursuing a suspect. dog mistook an officer for the suspect and attacked him. officer had no choice but to shoot the dog. blade underwent surgery at the animal hospital. other than a limp he's doing fine. >> like everything. things happen. these dogs are highly trained. it was just an accident. trainers will start testing him to see if he has any adverse reaction to gunfire or loud noises stuff like that. >>reporter: and after the canine trainers evaluate blade, they will then decide
a stage to mock us. to mock what america is about. and to mock freedom. and it makes me sick to my stomach. >> the attorney general also announced that five other suspects including a major suspect in the bombing of the uss cole will be tried before military commissions. in washington. jennifer davis. fox news. >> the army psychiatrist accused of killing 13 fellow soldiers at fort hood could be paralyzed from the waist down. the attorney for major malik nadal hasan said his client has no feeling in his legs. and doctors say that's unlikely to change. he was shot by police that responded to last week's shooting at fort hood. he is charged with 13 counts of premeditated murder. >> meanwhile observers are starting to question why the shooting is not being considered an act of terrorism. on morning news today political commentator armstrong williams said political correctness is keeping the shootings from being called terrorism. >> when asked about his loyalty whether it was to the united states, he said no to the koran. what he has done is murder and assassinated people yelling out jihadist r
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for the family of the victims. our family loves america. we are proud of our country and sad ended by the tragedy. >> and another tragic story tonight out of orlando, orlando, florida where one person dead 5 others injured after shooting at office building. suspected gun man is 48-year-old jason rodriguez who once worked in the building where the shooting took place. they say he was let go from an engineering firm in that high-rise two years ago because of bad performance. >>> police arrest a second suspect in connection with the stabbing of an off duty police officer outside a night club in baltimore county this week. investigators say 42-year-old officer eric jansen was leaving christina female review in did you know dog when jumped and stabbed in the neck and back before he opened fire on his attackers. a 15 year veteran is expected to be okay. >>> and 3 men plead guilty to stealing the cal ripken statue from outside camden yard. all plead guilty to conspiracy to commit theft and were given two years probation and 35 hours of community service. the men must also pay 7600 dol
owned ports america chesapeake. that firm agreed to invest hundreds of millions of dollars to construct a 50-foot berth for the port. >> as the panama canal widens and bigger ships are sailing the seas we will need bigger berths able to accommodate the ships so our port is competitive. so we create more jobs. >> port will be owned by the state of maryland. but ports america chesapeake will handle day-to-day operations at sieger. >> creating and sustaining high quality jobs. around our vital maritime commerce. >> each month about 35 container ships arrive at the port. state officials predict the number will grow as the number the jobs. three candace doldstruction jobs and twenty seven hundred permanent jobs for those handling cargo. >> it means we will continue to work and take care of families. >> with the economy struggling. workers say the timing this deal, could not be better. >> in baltimore, john rydell, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> the agreement is expected to generate $16 million in new state taxes. >> governor o'malley said it is time the arundel county council take a vote on sonic
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at the holiday forecast, patrice, back to you. >>> it's the biggest event in this sport in america america. how you can get a seat for the tables tennis championship in baltimore this week >>> keep the thanksgiving celebration going on this weekend by serving up healthy competition. it's the 2009 north american teams table tennis championship. allen williams joins us this morning with more on the big event. good morning, allen. >> good morning, it's good to have you. >> well, thank you. >> as you can see it's still under construction for the tournament. we have two days left before the players arrive. >> it looks like some the players are there hard at work practicing getting it in. >> we are lucky to have two of the best players in america. markus jackson and in the white shirt, and the opposite end of the table is the member of the u.s.'s national team. they are here to give you a taste of how the game looks when it's played ride. right. >> which is a great idea. because when i play it doesn't look like that. how many players are going to be there for the competition. >> this year we have 250
less. smooooooth. [ female announcer ] charmin ultra soft. america's softest bath tissue. >>> waiting for a verdict, why experts say a verdict could come down in the trial of mayor sheila dixon. >>> it's that time again, where you can get the best deals on this cyber monday. >>> the ravens pull out a win against this team, the goal field that everybody is talking about this morning. >>> good morning. it's monday, november 30th. you are taking a live look at the symphony of lights in howard county. that's a little something to get you in the holiday mood. we will take you live there throughout the morning in a few minutes. something else to get you in a good mood is a ravens win over the steelers. that's what we like to talk about this morning. let's check in with tony pagnotti. and the weather held out for everybody. i thought it would be freezing but it was very nice. >> we hit 62 yesterday, and late night in the 50s,. >>couldn't ask better against the steelers. >> today we're going to get a reality check, but again a little colder. >> don't say that word. >> it's too ea
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this at 11:00 on a saturday night, america a watching. >> the debate stretched on for months. the republicans had a plenty of notice. >> this isn't a government takeover. >> president ow obama says the senate will follow in the footsteps of the house. >>> most of the maryland's congressman voted along party lines in favor of the bill, except for frank crit oweville. first representative is one of 39 democrats who voted against the bill. that is one the reasons passing the senate version will be a challenge. joel d smith has more on the historic vote that happened over the weekend, and what is next. >>> good morning, patrice, before there can be a vote at the senate, they still need one bill first. there's still several versions in the senate side. the stumbling block remain the idea of the government competing with the public insurers. that was considered a big victory in the house version. they say that millions of americans will be covered when the healthcare reform bill passes. and they believe that the version will cost too much and increase the federal deficit. what can we expect in the
and impose sanctions on the iranians. we keep waiting for this policy of engagement to pay off. >> america is not what's wrong with the world. and a strong america, assertive in foreign policy, showing its strength, is good for the world, and it has a lot better effect on allies and enemies alike than what we're seeing now, this policy of almost determined weakness on the part of president obama. now, look, that decision you mentioned with the missile defense in europe is militarily defensible. but it looked to all the world and must have looked in the kremlin as if this was a capitulation, and these kinds of things add up over time, and the president may think that because they think he's -- his -- the people love him and he's a big rock star and a nice guy and he's all respectful and bows from the waist to all of them, that's going to end up producing results, it has not produced any and i predict it will not predict any. >> the engagement policy was a worthy experiment. try something different. the question is at what point do you move to plan b? in iran, that point is coming up pretty
/win. more money for health care. and they think it might help change america's addiction to sugar. the tax of a penny an ounce would add 12 to 20 cents on the average soda. and it is our question of the day. should the government impose a tax on soft drinks? at last check, 18 percent say yes. 82 percent say no. allen on facebook writes. no, the government has no right to tell me what to eat or drink, or to impose taxes and then to change our habits. >> you can respond to the question of the day. by going to our website and also sound off through facebook. send us a tweet @foxbaltimore. text your answer to 45203. enter fox 45 a for yes. and fox 45 b for no. >> more than 530 commercial crabbers sold their licenses back to the state of maryland. the department of natural resources said the state plans to freeze permits of nearly 2000 so-called inactive crabbers. it is to protect the crab population, in the chesapeake. officials offering $2000 a piece to retire permits permanently. >> still ahead on the news at 10:00. three college softball players disappear. tonight, where t
the america's best value inn in hancock back in 2008. >>> new information this morning in the death of a ltimor businessman who died after he became the victim of a robbery. constantine dino frank di earlier this year two weeks mhaveeen arrested robbery and two others in baltime county. if convicted the suspe could face up to 20 yrs in prn. >>> controversial billtarging baltimore moves forward in the city council. the city would require centers to post a sclaimer if they don't offer abortions services a proposed amendnt that uld require all pregnancy centers to post all services they n't fer, like adoptseices, they cal the bill unfair. >> the main concern with th bill is itsingles out pro life charity centers for no other reason that they are pro-life. >> sporters o bi say and ri women t curateing is expected stay to fox 5morning news for contiing coverag of this story. e ing'rtota with city council president ephanie comg up later this .bill >> another sign of the holid season is here, salvation army bell ringers. morniel ith is live at the inner harbo with a prew. b
in america. >> joe: bottom three in the lineup for the yankees. swisher, cabrera, and pettitte. we're in the fifth inning now. 3-2 philadelphia. two home runs hit in this game. the first one by jayson werth. the last one by alex rodriguez. and strike one on swisher, who flied to right his first time up. 0 for 4 in this world series and out in front of that change-up. strike two. change-up that looks like a curveball. >> tim: i think that's the first curveball he has thrown tonight. surprised me, too, joe. >> joe: way out in front of it was swisher. it was a curveball. swisher trying to get out in the fifth takes high. >> tim: tried another curve. the reason cole hamels throws a fastball change-up he broke the humerus bone in his left arm his junior year in high school and, consequently, could not throw the curveball. couldn't bend the arm. so trevor hoffman was, of course, fastball/change-up, the superstopper, future hall of famer for the padres. >> joe: that is a fair ball down the left-field line into the corner. swisher will dig for second. ibanez digs it out of the corner and 8
. affordable treats to share with friends, family, and co-workers. grab six donuts for only $3 today. america runs on dunkin'. >>> new this morning, the port of baltimore could soon be getting a major make over. later today the governor is expected to reveal that sports america will invest more than $500 million in upgrades to the port. the project is necessary to ensure that the port can handle larger ships. they're likely to become the norm once the widening of the panama canal is finishes. the deal should bring shows of jobs to baltimore. >>> baltimore sports fans can anticipate some changes at the city's major stadiums. the port of public works voted on wednesday to spend more than $12 million to make camden yards more energy efficient. at the will get new high efficiency light bulbs and the cooling is systems will be retrofitted. the upgrades are expected to save $60 million over the next 11 years. >>> denise has spent the last few weeks, redecorating cafe hon. just this week she put up a brand new pink flamingo shiny and new. >> yes, i did. >> it's been the talk of the town. i hope she
instead of permanent stables. >> any vet in america will cross these and come and check our horses, they're in good shape. they're talking about the environment, it's water puddles, how are we going to control that? >> right now the horses are being taken care of at a rescue farm at wood bine. >>> coming up, howard county passes a tanning ban aimed at teens, why the vote is a his historic one. >> reporter: i'm jessica starr, coming up i will tell you how to for delicious fall flavors. for a short time, we have all your seasonal favorites. try any of our authentic hot lattes, including our pumpkin latte, for just 99 cents. america runs on dunkin'. hey, i need a new cell phone. well right now you can get verizon wireless plus fios tv, internet and phone. wow... it really is beautiful, isn't it? it's gorgeous! who would know? no one would know. would anyone know? hey, buddy... what are you doing here? well...i believe that answers my question. (announcer) get verizon fios tv, call the verizon center for customers with disabilities internet and home phone, at 800-974-6006 tty/v today, plus
are not treated appropriately. >> any vet in america will cross seas and check the horses and they are in good shape. >> members of the eight raber preservation society worry the actions taken at the south fulton street stable may mask another motive. >> well, i feel like the humane society has an agenda to take all horses off the streets in all cities. >> arabbers have been selling fruit on baltimore streets for 200 years. >> i don't hustle, sell drugs, none of that. it was a positive thing until they took it away. >> as the 19 horses are taken away. arabbers wonder if a city tradition may disappear too. >> very hurt. >> in southwest baltimore, kathleen cairns, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> well, tonight the horses are at the day's end rescue barn in woodbine. and they face code violations, city officials will meet with the arabbers to decide the fate of the stable. >> maryland marine killed in afghanistan. 26-year-old sergeant charles cartwright died saturday from union bridge. no word on how he died. cartwright was assigned to the first marine special operations battalion out of camp pendleton c
with the racial discussions in america. he has been a force for unamerican, and anti-american points of view. >> come hear him for yourself and be the judge whether or not you think he is racist. >> anne arundel county's naacp has sold 500 tickets. but it is far from sold out. >> this is the opposite of inclusiveness. reverend wright is decisive and made comments that were hateful against jewish americans, white americans, and at the same time, this event is supposed to raise money for scholarships for kids. >> county executive john leopold will not attend. the official word is he has a scheduling conflict. that's angered some of the award recipients like perry elan. >> if he is the head of the community he should be there. >> and ealim hopes the reverend sparks controversy. >> i think it was a great thing for the community because for the first time this community people begin to talk about what is the problem. and really the problem is black and white issue. race. >> a ticket to the banquet and reception is $100. the naacp will not reveal how much they are paying reverend wright to be here
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and it could cut can america's addiction to sugar. tax of a penny per ounce would add 10 to 20 cents on the average. that was the question of the day. should the government impose a tax on soft drink. 18 percent say yes. 82 percent say no. kenneth from baltimore writes. enough already. exactly how many taxes are we going to create for health care? when does it stop? >> go to tell us what you think. you can sound off through facebook. send us a tweet @foxbaltimore. and text to 45203. and enter fox 45 a for yes. fox 45 b for no. >> well it has been one year since barack obama was elected president and several elections across the country, may show just how voters are feeling about it. craig boswell joins us live from washington with the latest. craig? >> good evening to you jennifer. yes the first test of president obama political influence and 2 most powerful jobs on the line were in new jersey and virginia. >> in virginia, the results are in. and as polls predict caned fox news channel shows mcdonald the winner of the race. democratic challenger deeds has con seated.
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